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Evolution in the Details: The Design of 'X2' (2003)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  11 November 2003 (USA)
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We follow the production designer of X2 (2003), Guy Dyas, around the set of the movie as he shows us the various sets and designs that are featured in the film.

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We follow the production designer of X2 (2003), Guy Dyas, around the set of the movie as he shows us the various sets and designs that are featured in the film.

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14 May 2009 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This entire thing consists almost exclusively of Dyas taking the viewer through what may be every last one of the sets and locations of the title, in remarkable detail. A little bit of it has Robert R. Snow, going over that which falls under his area of expertise. It's a special found on the 2-Disc DVD of X2. A few behind-the-scenes and clips from the film are inter-cut, and some artwork from figuring out the look is featured, as well. Dyas' talking isn't all from one interview or the same basic area, but it works together quite well. He does a remarkable job, plenty of information. None of it seems pointless, in fact, nothing in this does. This whole thing should probably wait until you've seen the movie itself, due to spoilers. Editing isn't bad. Pacing is reasonable. This comes to 18 minutes(almost to the second), total, and it's never boring. This is definitely worth your time and interesting for anyone who wants to know more about the topic du documentaire, if it isn't ground-breaking. I recommend this to anyone who fits into that group. 6/10


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